Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Energy Management articles below.
Edge computing likely takes place throughout your facility, from server closets to branch offices. Making these sites reliable isn’t enough: Energy efficiency must also be part of an effective edge strategy.
Attend this event in Philadelphia, PA on September 20, 2018 for a panel discussion about tools and strategies that will help you and your team improve energy management at your organization.
Product offers EcoStruxure Power capabilities required to build smart, dependable, sustainable power distribution systems; provides seamless integration with building and energy management systems.
Fresh air is healthier than stale or polluted air, and while increasing ventilation may increase energy use, research shows the benefits of doing so outweigh costs.
We hear so much about intelligent buildings, you’d think they were everywhere. But when you look at the data, it seems that most buildings are as dull-witted as ever.
Registration is now open for Facility Executive Live! Now in its second year, the September 20, 2018 event is tailored to address the diverse responsibilities of facility management.
The companies are collaborating on an energy efficiency program across more than 600 Morgan Stanley retail branches with a turnkey LED lighting and digital controls solution.
California’s Escalon Unified School District recently completed a 1.2 MW solar photovoltaic and integrated energy efficiency and STEM education initiative.
Concern for building energy consumption is propelling rapid transformations in the global Building Automation Systems market, finds Frost & Sullivan.
The redevelopment of Terminal B, part of multi-year airport-wide improvements, will include Siemens building management and fire safety systems.
A new study by Schneider Electric shows that organizations feel ready to compete in the evolving energy landscape, but many aren’t taking the necessary steps.
K-12 school buildings have a new resource to help them cost effectively achieve advanced levels of energy savings.
In the heart of Chicago's skyline, the partnership will reduce utility costs and increase net operating income for America’s second tallest building.
National Electrical Manufacturers Association joins business and industry thought leaders in call for broad-based legislation to modernize America's electrical infrastructure.
Across the eastern U.S., record low temperatures are increasing the amount of energy needed in order to keep homes and businesses operating at optimal temperatures.
As technologies continue to evolve in 2018, consider the connection between building energy management systems and IoT.
More than half of hospitals' power systems were built before benefits and demands of IoT were known, according to a new Schneider Electric survey.
Achieving efficiencies in data center management requires the distinction between power and energy.
With the future of this popular U.S. EPA program uncertain, MACH Energy has published the results of its recent survey of 400 building and facility professionals to examine the topic.
New guidance document provides jurisdictions with a new approach to shift the focus towards buildings' actual, measurable energy results.
Opened in 1931, the Starrett-Lehigh Building in Manhattan now features a wireless controls system to regulate heating and cooling.
Cost reduction is the most important driver for investments globally, finds Johnson Controls’ new Energy Efficiency Indicator survey.
This energy-as-a-service option provides facility executives the opportunity to make a single monthly payment that covers energy project installation, repairs, monitoring, and servicing.